Manager Ozzie Guillen
The Miami Marlins season mercifully came to an end Wednesday night, but the speculation surrounding manager Ozzie Guillen’s future remained red hot.
The Miami Marlins have stumbled into the All-Star break for a second straight year. This year, the team will not be represented in the game by a player after Giancarlo Stanton had to have surgery. But it was Hanley Ramirez who put the final wrapping on a dismal first half of the season.
The Miami Marlins came into the season confident the roster that had been constructed in the offseason could not only pitch well, but also smack the ball around pretty well in the new Marlins Park.
For the first time since they were renamed, the entire Miami Marlins roster will show up in Jupiter to start spring training for the upcoming 2012 season Sunday.
New Miami Marlins pitcher Carlos Zambrano decided to get his spring training started with a bang Wednesday.
Miami Marlins fans have high expectations for the tandem of Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez. The only question is can Hanley’s combustible personality handle a move to third base.
Late Wednesday night, the Miami Marlins acquired mercurial right-handed pitcher Carlos Zambrano from the Chicago Cubs. It was a move that will either turn out to be genius or the work of a madman.